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May 9, 2022, 9:33 a.m. | /u/Terrible-Albatross67

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I think the Secure by design role is a combination of different roles: Risk Management / Auditor / Pentester and Security Architect. Its a good idea to introduce this new role, as it might be the only sufficient way to overcome the challenges in agile world. Has anyone observed an official role like this in any other companies? What do you think will this role be the bridge between business and security and help to build a better shift-left approach? …

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